Monday, April 20, 2015

Link Round-Up: April 20, 2015

R'lyeh by MarcSimonetti

The golden ratio has spawned a beautiful new curve: the Harriss spiral is a new fractal discovered by mathematician Edmund Harriss.

The Golden Ratio in Art Composition and Design  Graphic artists depict the golden ratio – in pictures  Alex Bello blogs about the book: Golden Meaning: 55 graphic artists reveal the maths of the golden ratio  Another look, from Creative Review

H.R. Giger lives on in this festival of rare and unseen films.
A Japanese whiskey company mills incredibly detailed ice cubes in shapes like Batman, Mario, Godzilla, and more.

Not art, but still interesting: The hidden FM radio inside your pocket -- and why you can't use it.  The app mentioned in the story to (potentially) unlock your smartphone's FM tuner for personal use can be found over here.

A professional photographer for more than 20 years, and published in Q, Melody Maker and Rolling Stone, Pat Pope has worked with many of the biggest names in pop and rock music, including Oasis, David Bowie and Radiohead. One act with whom he has worked several times are 90s indie titans Garbage. Indeed, they admire Pope’s work so much that recently, as they put together a forthcoming self-published book, their management asked his permission to use one of his pictures of them. So far, so good... Pat Pope’s row with Garbage.

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